Welcome to Pant Memorial Hall

England lockdown – hall closed

The hall is closed to hirers under legislation from November 5th until December 2nd. ‘Sorry’ and ‘thank you’ to our hirers. As before, the building will be maintained and monitored during the closure. We are still contactable for queries, and hope to be back in action as soon as it is allowed. Please keep an eye on this page and our facebook feed for updates.

NO ACCESS to the hall except by arrangement with the committee secretary. But do enjoy our flower displays!

Nominate us for funding!

Income from bookings is the main way that we maintain and improve the hall. We’ve had to close for seven months this year, and when we are open it is with reduced facilities. Many regulars are unable to return at the moment.

Ecclesiastical Finance are giving away £1000 to each of 120 charities; please nominate us to be one of them! Click the banner and scroll down for the form with our details. No cost to any of us. Thank you for your support. Please share!

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Thinking of hiring the hall when we reopen?

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This page tells you what we have done, how things will work, what event organisers need to do and what attendees need to do. Please remember that guidance and legislation may change at short notice, and our procedures and conditions will also do so to reflect this.

Considering an event? As well as all the detail, please note:

  • all events must have pre-booked attendance, with all attendees registered by the organiser for test and trace. We have our QR code poster in the entrance
  • the hall is a mandatory face-covering zone in line with government guidance
  • hirers will need to do some cleaning before and after

This link refers to safe use of community buildings.

Admire our new lights and controls on this page.

The hall in a nutshell

Pant Memorial Hall is the village hall for Pant. We operate as a registered charity run entirely by unpaid volunteers.

What do we offer?

Read all about the hall facilities here. Take a virtual tour here.

Why are we here?

The hall is the village war memorial and contains two more – read all about our memorials and commemorations here. Founded in 1922, we value our history but we never stand still!

Who runs the hall?

Pant Memorial Hall is run by Pant Memorial Institute, registered charity 240435. The committee are all unpaid volunteers, responsible for maintaining the village’s valuable asset. New committee members are always welcome. Small time commitment, big rewards. Have a look on the get involved page and please get in touch. Don’t leave it to ‘them’ – make it you!

CONTACT US:

The hall is run by volunteers – we will respond to messages as soon as we can and you will ALWAYS get a reply.

Find us: on the main road in Pant. Full location and travel info here.

SUPPORT US

The best way to support us is to book the hall – but for obvious reasons there are limits to the events that we can host at the moment. Please bear us in mind for the future if your event cannot go ahead at the moment, and we’re really sorry if we cannot accept your booking. In the meantime, there are other ways to help us:

  • Affiliate programmes: we are registered with both Amazon Smile and Giveasyoulive. Just sign up before you shop – search for us with our charity number 240435
  • Ebay sales: donate as much or as little of you like of your sale price to us and receive a corresponding reduction in your sale fee.
We welcome donations via paypal – thank you.


DATA PROTECTION NOTICE: Pant Memorial Institute (Pant Memorial Hall) uses personal data for the purposes of managing the hall, its bookings and finances, running and marketing events at the hall, paying contractors and its fundraising activities. Data may be retained for up to seven years for accounts purposes and longer where required by the hall’s insurers. If you would like to find out more about how we use personal data or want to see a copy of information about you that we hold, please contact the committee secretary.

Page last updated: 25th November 2020